GIDDYUP: Caroline Wants Rick to "Ride in Her Carriage All Night" on Bold and Beautiful

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The Bold and the Beautiful opened with Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) picking up a copy of Stallion to read, while Bill (Don Diamont) was fantasizing about her in her lingerie. Apparently Stallion got Brooke in the mood. She fell asleep and promptly started dreaming of Bill. Bill interrupted Brooke's steamy dreams by waking her up with a call. He told her his needs weren't being met.

Even though everyone else had left Forrester Creations for the day, Caroline (Linsey Godfrey) was still at the fashion house. In fact, she was eating Chinese food with her mom Danielle (Crystal Chappell). Danielle told Caroline that she was worried about her.

The bratty blonde shot back that it wasn't her fault her mothers raised her in Manhattan with Park Avenue tastes. Suddenly Caroline announced she was going to get her man. I guess moo shu pork makes her as horny as reading Stallion makes Brooke.


Carter (Lawrence Saint-Victor) fretted about Maya (Karla Mosley) and Rick's (Jacob Young) connection. Maya told Rick that Carter was honest with her. Rick insisted he and Maya share something special. Meddling Dayzee (Kristolyn Lloyd) interrupted them. She's really becoming Taylor 2.0.

Rick walked out of the shower to discover Caroline waiting for him in her panties.She quickly set about seducing him and revealed she knew about Maya. She told him she wanted him to ride her New York carriage all night long. Well, alrighty then. 

Maya decided she needed to go talk to Rick. Eric told her his son was down at the guest house. When she arrived, she found him getting hot and heavy with Caroline. Cheer up, Maya. Caroline's carriage has to turn into a pumpkin eventually.

The episode ended with Brooke showing up at Bill and Katie's house, where she and Bill kissed. Unfortunately for Bill, it turned out to be a fantasy.

Sidenote: Isn't it great having Hope (Kimberly Matula), Liam (Scott Clifton) and Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) on the backburner for a spell?